A bone files is a specialized dental instrument used primarily in oral surgery and periodontology to smooth and shape bone. It is an essential tool for dentists and oral surgeons, designed to provide precision and control during surgical procedures. Made from high-quality stainless steel, bone files are durable, rust-resistant, and easy to sterilize, ensuring the highest standards of hygiene and patient safety. The ergonomic design of the bone file allows for a comfortable grip and ease of use, minimizing hand fatigue during lengthy procedures.

Detailed Features

High-Quality Material: Crafted from surgical-grade stainless steel, our bone file guarantees longevity and reliability. The material is resistant to corrosion and can withstand repeated sterilization without losing its sharpness or effectiveness.

Ergonomic Design: The bone file features an ergonomically designed handle that provides a secure and comfortable grip, allowing for precise control and maneuverability. This design reduces the risk of slippage and enhances the efficiency of the procedure.

Double-Ended Design: Equipped with two ends of varying grit, the bone file offers versatility in bone shaping and smoothing. One end is typically coarser for initial shaping, while the finer end is used for finishing touches.

Sterilizable: Ensuring patient safety is paramount. Our bone file can be easily sterilized using standard dental sterilization techniques, maintaining its integrity and performance.

Precision Engineering: Designed with input from leading dental professionals, the bone file meets the highest standards of precision and functionality, ensuring optimal results in bone contouring and smoothing.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Q1: What is the primary use of a bone file?

A bone file is used in dental procedures to smooth and shape bone, particularly after tooth extractions or during periodontal surgery.

Q2: How do I sterilize the bone file?

The bone file can be sterilized using standard dental sterilization methods, such as autoclaving, ensuring it is clean and safe for use in every procedure.

Q3: Is the bone file suitable for use in all types of dental surgeries?

Yes, the bone file is versatile and can be used in various dental surgeries, including periodontal, oral, and maxillofacial procedures.

Q4: What material is the bone file made from?

Our bone file is made from high-quality surgical-grade stainless steel, ensuring durability, resistance to corrosion, and ease of sterilization.

Q5: How often should the bone file be replaced?

With proper care and regular sterilization, the bone file can last for many years. However, it should be replaced if it shows signs of wear, damage, or decreased effectiveness.

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